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You can rule out your laptop for being the problem by resetting wifi configurations. Do Step 1, it's relatively safe. http://osxdaily.com/2014/10/25/fix-wi-fi-problems-os-x-yosemite/


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Without special software or hardware to do so, multiple connections are not combined for increased throughput, knowing as bonding. The connections are utilized in the order shown in System Preferences > Network (screenshot below). You can change the order by clicking the gear icon > Set Service Order. There is no harm in letting the computer connect to the ...


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The Airport does not have an Audio Input. It's audio-feature is essentially being an AirPlay receiver. Do your plan will only work when playing your source material from a device that supports AirPlay.


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I finally got the answer, thanks to this PDF document. On pages 68 - 70 it shows fitting the AirPort card I have, and it matches the YouTube tutorial I had linked in the question. On pages 71 - 73 it shows fitting an AirPort Extreme card. In both cases, in the document, there are photographs which allow one to compare the two hardware configurations. ...


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Looks like this is an old post, but thought my answer might help someone with this issue. I had come across the same issue and resolved this by holding option key on restart. And it asked me to choose network, where I can find wifi networks visible. I selected one and continued. Then it worked fine.


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I found: On the WI-Fi DNS settings there was only my routers IP address - 192.168.0.1. I have looked at the settings on another MAC and I had: 62.6.40.162 194.74.65.69 I added them to the DNS list. Don't know if I'm doing anything wrong but it does appear to have fixed it.


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I found it difficult to do anything advanced with this router. I specifically didn't like that they didn't incorporate the feature to kick people off your network, for security reasons. I also found it difficult to configure it myself, I could not change my router connection settings username and password (with my windows laptop).


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try switching the channel to something < 149 on your 5ghz radio.


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From Power Mac G4 MDD AirPort Card Replacement It depends which Power Mac G4 you have. The Power Mac G4 Uses the standard PCMCIA AirPort card found in Macs from 1999-2004. The Firewire 800 Model uses an AirPort Extreme Card found in iBook G4's And 1Ghz+ iMac G4's.


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You can use iptables to redirect user to port 80 when they open your IP on their system Eg. It will redirect the requests on port from 8080 to 80. Since to access the port below 1024 you need to be super user. So, you can allow the user to connect to port 8080 and redirect to port 80 /sbin/iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -p tcp --dport 8080 -j REDIRECT ...


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It turns out that only one Airport at a time is visible via Back to My Mac. I had Back to My Mac configured on both airport_downstairs and airport_upstairs. As soon as I disabled Back to My Mac on airport_upstairs and restarted both routers, airport_downstairs appeared in Back to My Mac. I suspect that the last Airport to start up is the one that appears on ...


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I have done this before and all I had to do was connect the HDD to the AirportExtreme and point Time Machine to the new location. I would recommend copying the backups from the drive to another drive if you can before doing so, there are some instances where Time Machine will reject the backups and then you will need to format the drive.


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The diagram at the top of the article you linked to in the question seems to show exactly what you are trying to achieve; the extended base stations are connected via Ethernet, from their WAN ports, to a network port on the primary base station. Have you tried this configuration?


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Plug it in via Ethernet, not USB. Any printer with built-in networking support (Ethernet or Wi-Fi) is best connected to the network via its network port. That's the most natural, best-supported, most reliable, most fully-featured way for your devices to discover and print to it. When base stations first supported USB printer sharing in 2003, it was kind of ...


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When flashing custom firmware, you need to be very careful. Some firmwares can cause hardware-software communication issues, so when you think a setting has been changed, it may not have been. DO NOT send it in for repair. You've probably already voided the warranty. Try to go back to your original firmware and see if it works. Any communication errors ...



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